Anne Quito talks about her process of writing and editing, Mag Men: Fifty Years of Making Magazines, a book about the glory days of magazine design as told by graphic design legends Milton Glaser and Walter Bernard. For this special live event, Walter Bernard will join Anne.

For more than fifty years, Walter Bernard and Milton Glaser have revolutionized the look of magazine journalism. In “Mag Men,” Bernard and Glaser recount their storied careers, offering insiders’ perspective on some of the most iconic design work of the twentieth century. The authors look back on and analyze some of their most important and compelling projects, from the creation of “New York” magazine to redesigns of such publications as “Time,” “Fortune,” “Paris Match,” and “The Nation,” explaining how their designs complemented a story and shaped the visual identity of a magazine.

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Anne Quito is a journalist and design critic based in New York City. A staff reporter at “Quartz,” her coverage underscores the design angle of politics and business news. She is the recipient of the inaugural Steven Heller Prize for Cultural Commentary. A story she co-wrote about Emmanuel Macron’s symbolic presidential portrait garnered a Malofiej 26 medal.

Anne graduated from Georgetown University with a master’s degree in Visual Culture in 2009 and is an alumna of the School of Visual Arts Design Criticism MFA where she wrote a thesis on the nation branding of the world’s newest nation, South Sudan. Her writing also appears on “The Atlantic,” “Works That Work,” “Metropolis,” “Architecture Digest Pro,” “Eye on Design,” “99U,” “Designers and Books,” “Core77,” and “Intern” magazine. She is currently working on Milton Glaser’s “last book.”